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GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan & Karen St. Pierre, Mark Weaver
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Mary Marcel, author of "Freud's Traumatic Memory: Reclaiming Seduction Theory and Revisiting Oedipus", on how the work of one of the most influential psychologists of all time was distorted by the trauma of his own life Program Details: GenderTalk #503 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
( 1 reviews )
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller
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Jennifer Abod, award winning feminist media producer, on her latest video production, "Look Us In The Eye: The Old Women's Project" Chris Abani, award winning author, professor and poet who was imprisoned, tortured and sentenced to death for his writing, on his poetry and writing Program Details: GenderTalk #577 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller
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Victoria Steinberg, law clerk and legal activist, on the 'trans panic' defense and strategies for eliminating it Mara Keisling, director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, on the demise of the 'stealth' option for transgenders Program Details: GenderTalk #574 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Mark Weaver
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Betsy Leondar Wright, co-author of a new book that examines pernicious forms of racism built into our economic system Dr. Richard Docter, psychologist and longtime transgender observer, on his new biography of Virginia Prince, transgender pioneer and founder of the first-ever crossdressing support group Program Details: GenderTalk #558 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen St. Pierre, Mark Weaver
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Fundraising for WMBR Plus, Evan Hempel, public relations officer for the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition, on the work that the MTPC has been doing and plans to do. Program Details: GenderTalk #535 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Christine Beatty, transsexual writer, programmer and lead singer of the rock and roll band Glamazon Aleshia Brevard, author of "The Woman I Was Not Born To Be: A Transsexual Journey" Program Details: GenderTalk #314 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally co-produced at KUNM-FM, broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Mark Weaver
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Mekah (aka RandeyMichelle) Gordon, a trans woman who transitioned on the job as a teacher in New York, and now does activism in New Mexico Brett Genny Beemyn, director of the Stonewall Center at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, on a new - and large - study of trans identity Program Details: GenderTalk #576 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen Martin
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Paul Kivel, author of a new book titled "You Call This a Democracy? Who Benefits, Who Pays and Who Really Decides", on the ruling class in the US Program Details: GenderTalk #488 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
( 2 reviews )
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Mark Weaver
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Jane Caputi, feminist author of a number of books, talks about cunctipotence and her new film, "The Pornography of Everyday Life" Jenn Burleton, trans activist, tralks about "TransKids Family Coalition", a new political advocacy committee working to raise awareness about the challenges facing gender variant children and their families Kim and Shawn, mom and trans son, share their experiences around his transition and their advocacy efforts Program Details: GenderTalk #575 ...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen Martin
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Gayle MacKenzie, on caring for pets and the role of human-animal relationships in our daily lives Bill Logan, on business-positive conservation, and also about making the most out of our precious time here on this planet Mara Keisling, director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, on the Human Rights Campaign's decision to exclusively support trans-inclusive employment non-discrimination legislation Program Details: GenderTalk #473 (more information, timings and links) ...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie
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Dr. Alice/Richard Novic, author of the memoir Alice in Genderland, tells the parts of hir personal story not included in hir book. Carisa Cunningham, director of Public Affairs and Education for Gay and Lesbian Advocates & Defenders, on the successful settlement this week of a case brought by a trans woman who was fired for transitioning. Program Details: GenderTalk #547 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Mark Weaver
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Rosa Auterio , prevention case manager of the newer Cambridge-based organization TransCend (Transgender Care and Education Needs Diversity), on the services they provide to trans persons Mark Angelo & Violet Cummings , friends of the parents of a 5 year old Florida transgender girl who will be entering kindergarten as a girl this fall Mary-Wynne Ashford , a leader in the international peace and disarmament movement for over 20 years, on real solutions to violence, terror and war Program...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen St. Pierre, Mark Weaver
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Nancy MacLean, professor of history and African American studies and author of a new book titled, "Freedom is Not Enough: the Opening of the American Workplace". Emi Koyama, Director of Intersex Initiative, on the emergence of a new term, "Disorder of Sexual Differentiation (DSD)" Program Details: GenderTalk #564 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Sarah Nangeroni, Mark Weaver
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Sarah, Ruth & Paul Nangeroni, Nancy's niece and two (of 7) siblings, chat with us briefly Emily Metcalfe, trans poet and activist, talks about a new trans support group, and reads some of her poetry Steve Rendell, senior analyst from Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, on the glaring flaws in today's corporate news reporting, and what can be done about it Program Details: GenderTalk #568 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Mark Weaver
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Co-Editors of Transgender Rights: Richard Juang, independent scholar and co-chair of the National Center for Transgender Equality Advisory Board Shannon Price Minter, legal director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights and a founding board member of the Transgender Law and Policy Institute Paisley Currah, associate director of political science at Brooklyn College, executive director of the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center, and a founding board member of the...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Lauren & Genita McGonagle talk about Lauren's bigenderism and their relationship Bobbi Williams/George Wilkerson talks about his new book, "Me & Bobbi & the Gyrls" Jennifer Levi tells us about two new groundbreaking trans-affirming court and human rights rulings Program Details: GenderTalk #287 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Gary Bowen on FTM Erotica and the True Spirit Conference, and a trans person's medical misadventure Program Details: GenderTalk #140 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen St. Pierre, Mark Weaver
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Alex Rasmussen, 19-year-old transman, on being beaten up for the simple fact of being Susie, Tim, and their trans daughter Jackie, on their trip to Boston to obtain medical care for Jackie that they were refused in England Carl Sciortino, MA State Representative, on his commitment to passing trans-inclusive amendments to the state hate crimes and non-discrimination laws Program Details: GenderTalk #539 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index ...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Mark Weaver
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Alicia Goranson, queer writer from the Boston area and author of the novel "Supervillainz", & Peggy Munson, disabled queer femme writer and author of the novel "Origami Striptease" Alex, FtM transsexual, & Anya, Queer project organizer, live from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on the situation for transfolk there Program Details: GenderTalk #570 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Mark Weaver
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Georgina Beyer, 3rd-term New Zealand MP, native-born Mauri and the first known transgender person ever elected to national office, on her life story and key legislative initiatives Program Details: GenderTalk #560 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Karen St. Pierre, Mark Weaver
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Leslie Heywood, poet and Professor of English and Creative Writing, whose academic and creative work focuses on gender Judith Herman, Harvard professor of psychiatry and groundbreaking author, on trauma, and changing the role it plays in our lives Program Details: GenderTalk #565 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen St. Pierre
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Barbara & Susan Curry, on how Barbara's transgender nature has affected their marriage over the course of their 27 years together Donna Lindenberg, coordinator of a Canadian project which has released a comprehensive set of publications on transgender health issues Program Details: GenderTalk #556 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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WMBR Fundraising Special: Charles Anders, author of "The Lazy Crossdresser", and Annalee Newitz , columnist and author, on gender bending, crossdressing, and their partnership Program Details: GenderTalk #386 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Ethan St. Pierre
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Hal Fuller, GenderTalk engineer and Twisted Nasty News producer, shares his life story and relationship with crossdressing and transgenderism Lynn Peril, author of a book called "Think Pink: Becoming a woman in many uneasy lessons", talks about the way a particular style of femininity is forced upon women Program Details: GenderTalk #484 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
( 1 reviews )
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Ethan St. Pierre
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Sex Reassignment Surgery: Jude Russell, transgender activist and male-to-female transsexual just 5 days out of surgery, on her process and progress Dr. Marci Bowers, a gynecological surgeon (and post-op TS woman) who recently took over a leading SRS practice in Trinidad, Colorado, on her practice Program Details: GenderTalk #439 (With program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings:   Topic Index   Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen Martin
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Gender-Blind Marriage Special: Gail & Betsy Leondar-Wright, social justice activists and devoted partners, join us on the first day of legal "gender-blind" (AKA Same-Sex) marriage in Massachusetts to talk about their upcoming wedding and the politics of gender-blind marriage. Program Details: GenderTalk #461 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings:    Topic Index    Programs by Date
Topic: GenderTalk
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM, May 17, 2004
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Ellen Cooney, novelist and professor of creative writing, on her scripting of lesbian characters Wayne Beyer & Scott Kerlin, doctor and researcher, on the impact of DES exposure on male offspring Program Details: GenderTalk #380 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen St. Pierre
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Andrea James, trans activist and actress, on her part in the movie TransAmerica and her trans education and advocacy work Calpernia Adams, trans actress, artist, author and entrepreneur, on working with Hollywood folks and on behalf of the trans community Monica Roberts, trans activist, author, and co-founder of the Transsistahs and Transbrothas Conference, on racism and African-Americans in the transgender community. Program Details: GenderTalk #555 (more information, timings and links) ...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Tonye Baretto-Neto with update on TS incarcerate Dee Farmer Bill Lippert, Vermont state representative, on the Vermont "civil union" bill Catherine Manegold on race, gender, and Shannon Faulkner's struggle to attend The Citadel Program Details: GenderTalk #251 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Minnie Bruce Pratt, gender and anti-racist activist, poet and luminary, talks about how she got involved in anti-racist activism. Sylvia Durand talks about her experience as the first transsexual to transition within the Canadian military. Program Details: GenderTalk #255 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie
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Mary Todd, activist, on depleted uranium, toxic waste that's being showered on Iraq â and our own soldiers - by the United States. Mark Angelo Cummings, Cuban trans man, fitness center owner and author of When the Mirror Makes No Sense Program Details: GenderTalk #559 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Mark Weaver
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Penny Coleman, author of "Flashback: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Suicide and the Lessons of War", on the post-traumatic stress that all too often leaves our soldiers with lasting mental injury Andrea Smith, author of "Conquest: Sexual Violence and American Indian Genocide", on violence against Native Americans and activism that addresses the true source of such problems Program Details: GenderTalk #571 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Mia Anderson, producer/director of "Drag Kings, Sluts & Goddesses," on gender, race, and her theatre production. Phyllis Frye, on how the Texas Littleton vs. Prange court ruling is badly flawed and will adversely affect hundreds of thousands of people Program Details: GenderTalk #253 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Kimberly Pierce, writer and director of the hot new Fox movie about Brandon Teena, "Boys Don't Cry" Dorothy Allison, widely acclaimed lesbian feminist activist and writer, author of "Cavedweller" and the bestseller, "Bastard Out of Carolina" Program Details: GenderTalk #229 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Jenifer Rene, calls in to talk about drugs and alcohol and how they affect transgender people. Mirha, a Canadian media artist who is an advocate for girls who make their living on and off the street in Toronto. Program Details: GenderTalk #123 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
( 1 reviews )
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Ethan St. Pierre
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All About Intersexuality: Alice Dreger, head of the Intersex Society of North America and historian of medicine at Michigan State University, on intersxuality, ISNA, and the current state of medical views of intersexuality in the US Betsy Driver, cofounder and director of a group called Bodies Like Ours, on the purpose of her group and the needs of intersexed persons Program Details: GenderTalk #479 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen Martin
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Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan St. Pierre & Karen Martin discuss genital size and surgery, trans peer pressure, marriage, immigration and much more Program Details: GenderTalk #490 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Ethan St. Pierre
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Helen Boyd, author of a new book titled "My Husband Betty", shares her perspective on what it's like to be the wife of a crossdressing husband Sue O'Connell, co-publisher of the GLBT newspaper "Bay Windows", on the gay marriage issue and local media coverage of the state constitutional debate Andrea James & Calpernia Adams on the first all-transgender performance of the Vagina Monologues in Los Angeles Program Details: GenderTalk #448 (With program information,...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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A British TS, Cop Tonye Baretto-Neto, and a book about a female Messiah Program Details: GenderTalk #143 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen St. Pierre, Mark Weaver
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Cole Thaler, Lambda Legal's national transgender rights attorney, on a pending lawsuit by two trans prisoners in Wisconsin to obtain appropriate medical care Jeremy Pittman, Deputy Campaign Director of MassEquality, on the upcoming constitutional convention and the current battle to defend marriage equality in Massachusetts Program Details: GenderTalk #557 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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All about "Male Lust: Pleasure, Power and Transformation": Kerwin Kay, editor of this groundbreaking work, exposes some little-discussed complexities of male lust Steven Hill talks about how stereotypes propagate gender enslavement Eliyahou Farajaje' talks about the erotic and sacred, and how race affects the dominant culture's view of these Program Details: GenderTalk #276 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Midwives, Marsha Botzer trans organizer and care provider from Seattle, and Gail Dines on pornography Program Details: GenderTalk #167 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Dallas Denny, respected writer, activist and Transgender Tapestry journal editor, guides us through the last 50 years of trans history Lisa Mottet, transgender civil rights legislative lawyer for the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, reviews the past year's legislation on transgender issues Program Details: GenderTalk #393 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Zach Nataf , director of the first International Transgender Film Festival in 1997, on representations of transgenderism in the media Stephen Whittle , a leading trans activist, author and academic, on trans representations and the rights of transsexual and transgender persons Program Details: GenderTalk #395 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen Martin
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Carisa Cunningham, director of public affairs at Gay & Lesbian Advocates & defenders, about their organization, their recent victories and defeats, gay marriage, and what lies ahead Nancy Nangeroni & Ethan St. Pierre, trans activists, on the International Transgender Day of Remembrance - how it came about and their personal involvement Program Details: GenderTalk #486 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Parris Patton, Director/Producer of a movie about a transgender woman Staci Hanes, author of "The Survivor's Guide to Sex: How to Have an Empowered Sex Life After Child Sexual Abuse" Program Details: GenderTalk #223 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Karen St. Pierre, Ethan St. Pierre
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Alejandro Marcel, director of Minority Public Health Consultants, on the hijacking of Christianity by radical conservatives Ted Glick, author and activist, on vote fraud in the 2004 presidential election and efforts to do something about it Program Details: GenderTalk #493 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Karen Larsen
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Eleanor Smeal, Feminist Majority Foundation president, on the FMF and the current state of abortion rights and activism Pearl Cleage, a black feminist woman whose new book considers the effects of the participation of black women in political leadership Program Details: GenderTalk #428 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings:   Topic Index   Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller
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John DeVito, film scholar who has partnered with a local film critic to teach a course on Transgender Cimena in Cambridge Dr. Napewastewin, Native American transperson, on how trans- and homophobia have struck too close to home, resulting in the deportation of the woman she wants to marry. Program Details: GenderTalk #406 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Siobhan Somerville, author of a new book titled "Queering the Color Line: Race and the Invention of Homosexuality in American Culture" Riki Anne Wilchins, along with Lesbian Avengers Gunner & Kate, talk about the Michigan Women's Music Festival and Camp Trans 2000 Program Details: GenderTalk #277 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Mark Weaver, Ethan St. Pierre
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Karen Hudson, consultant for the GRACE Factory Farm Project and President of FARM, Families Against Rural Messes, on the evils of factory farming Matt Kailey, journalist, lecturer and author of Just Add Hormones: An Insider's Guide to the Transsexual Experience Program Details: GenderTalk #520 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Gender Politics: TS Menace founder Riki Anne Wilchins, Gender in the Workplace, and Dallas Denny Program Details: GenderTalk #164 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Lesbian erotica author Toni Amato and Doug , an author recently attacked by Jesse Helms. Program Details: GenderTalk #132 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Rikki Swin, founder of the richest institute endowed to benefit transpersons Jane Fee, transgender activist and the first openly transgender delegate to the Democratic National Convention Kylar Broadus, FTM Stonewall Democrat, on Al Gore, the Democratic Party, and the GLBT community Program Details: GenderTalk #272 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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FTM lawyer and author Spencer Bergstedt on legal issues for transgenders, and Professor of English Linda Kauffman on art and body modification Program Details: GenderTalk #175 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MAcKenzie, Mark Weaver, Ethan St. Pierre
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Kim Stankovich, a trans woman in Spokane, Washington, who was jailed for failure to pay child support, talks about the circumstances of her case how her transsexuality was used against her, and the support she received from other activists Chrissa, a friend of Kim, on the local Spokane scene and the unmet needs of young trans persons CC Saint Claire, an Australian English teacher by day, and by night, the writer of lesbian romance novels with a penchant for social justice, on her new novel...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Gay Novelist R. D. Zimmerman, on writing gay mysteries and coming out of the closet Joel Shumacher, director, writer and producer of MGM's "Flawless," a movie in which Robert DeNiro befriends a tranny Program Details: GenderTalk #234 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Ethan St. Pierre, Mark Weaver
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Barney Frank, US Congressman, on the newly-introduced federal Hate Crimes legislation that includes coverage for gender identity and expression Mara Keisling, Director of National Center for Transgender Equality, on the work by Frank and others to introduce the newly-inclusive Hate Crimes legislation Program Details: GenderTalk #512 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Karen Mass, the activist TS who asked presidential candidate Al Gore what he would do for the rights of transgendered persons Christian de la Huerta, radio host, Qspirit founder, and author of "Coming out Spiritually" Program Details: GenderTalk #249 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen Martin
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Mark Leno, California State Assemblyman and a leading advocate for LGBT-protective legislation on GLBT gains and a transgender health care access hearing Paul Loeb, editor of a new collection titled "The Impossible Will Take a Little While: A Citizen's Guide to Hope in a Time of Fear" Program Details: GenderTalk #487 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Kathy St. Pierre, niece of murdered transsexual Debbie Forte, on law enforcement insensitivity Penni Ashe, on the Report on Transgender and Gender Variance in Massachusetts Program Details: GenderTalk #208 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller
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Patrick Horrigan, talks about growing up gay and coming of age and to terms with himself in the dazzling light of the Movie screen. Christie Lee Littleton, the transsexual woman who was told by a Texas court that a woman is defined by her chromosomes and that she is a man, tells the story in her own words. Program Details: GenderTalk #270 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Cheryl Garrity, President of the Massachusetts chapter of the National Organization of Women, MassNOW, on feminist issues. Carolyn Latteier, award winning journalist, author of "Breasts: The Women's Perspective on an American Obsession" Program Details: GenderTalk #231 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Judith Kegan Gardiner on masculinity studies, feminist theory, and the sometimes uneasy relationship between the two Gretchen Hamm, "Mother of A Bride", on supporting gay and lesbian marriage, including that of her daughter Program Details: GenderTalk #370 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Best of GenderTalk Program #1, June 14, 1995: Nancy Nangeroni introduces the GenderTalk program Program #27, December 13, 1995: Substance Abuse Hal Fuller with guests Mary and Doretta on substance abuse Program Details: GenderTalk #188 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Chris Bohjalian, whose novel "Trans-Sister Radio," broaches transgender love to a mainstream audience Riki Anne Wilchins, GenderPAC executive director, on the recent and exciting Lobby Days results Program Details: GenderTalk #261 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Annalyssa Gypsy Murphy, Cherokee/Blackfoot Native American college teacher, on anti-indigenous racism, including team mascots, Columbus Day and the fogotten histories of women of color Matt Brieding, author of a new study on how (non-GID) male gender role conflict affects wive's marital adjustment Program Details: GenderTalk #381 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Karen St. Pierre, Mark Weaver
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Jodie Evans, co-founder of Code Pink: Women for Peace, on her antiwar work with Cindy Sheehan in Crawford, TX, and her visits to, and assessment of the current situation in, Iraq Bill Munger, president of the newly-formed Teamsters GLBT Caucus, on the formation and role of this new group Program Details: GenderTalk #524 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Hal Fuller, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen St. Pierre, Mark Weaver
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William Eskridge Jr., Professor of Jurisprudence at the Yale Law School, on his new co-authored book, "Gay Marriage: For Better or For Worse? What We've learned from the Evidence" Tom Murray, award-winning filmmaker, on his new documentary about transgender persons entitled "Almost Myself: Reflections on Mending and Transcending Gender" Program Details: GenderTalk #563 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Harriett Woods, former Missouri Lieutenant Governor and author of "Stepping up to Power: the Political Journey of American Women," Li Anne Taft, Hawaiian transwoman who has been fighting for her right to continue competing as a paddler on a woman's canoe team. Program Details: GenderTalk #260 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Virginia Casper, author of "Gay Parents / Straight Schools", on the gendering of children Cynthia & Linda Phillips, married for over 40 years, on crossdressing, crossliving, partnership and more Program Details: GenderTalk #214 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Sherry & Paul Lipscomb tell the story of how their 6-year-old trans daughter was taken from them by a transphobic state agency Randi Barnabee, attorney and transsexual, tells of the legal actions taken and underway on behalf of the Lipscombs Program Details: GenderTalk #273 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Organizer Ingrid Rivera-Dessuit and an issue of the Utne Reader devoted to gender issues Program Details: GenderTalk #168 (more information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen St. Pierre, Mark Weaver
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Daniel Ward, a Navy veteran originally from Stockton, California, and a founding member of Queers Undermining Israeli Terrorism, on their street-theatre demonstrations and efforts to raise awareness of mideast injustices Pauline Park, co-founder and chair of the New York Association for Gender Rights Advocacy (NYAGRA), the first statewide transgender advocacy organization in New York, on trans activism efforts in NY Program Details: GenderTalk #517 (more information, timings and links) ...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni, Gordene MacKenzie, Ethan St. Pierre, Karen St. Pierre
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Michelle DuMaresq, Canadian National downhill mountain biking champion, on becoming the first openly transgender person to represent her country in world championship compettion Diana Wilson, independent filmmaker and producer and co-writer of "100% Woman", a documentary about the challenges faced by Canadian downhill mountain bike champion Michelle Dumaresq Karen Duthie, director and co-writer of "100% Woman", on following Michelle from her first day of compettion through...
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM